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Adobe Bridge Official JavaScript Reference

by Adobe Systems Inc.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0321409728, Paperback)

While creative professionals spend much of their time working on illustrations, photo-editing, and laying out pages, many parts of their jobs are anything BUT creative. Too often, they spend their time doing repetitive, time-wasting tasks such as placing and replacing images, correcting errors in text, cutting and pasting, and preparing files for printing. Yet virtually every repetitive or time-consuming task that creative professionals have to do in the Adobe Creative Suite can be streamlined with the help of a script.

Adobe Bridge is the new navigational center built into Adobe Creative Suite 2 software, giving users instant access to their Adobe Creative Suite project files, applications, and settings. And like all of Adobe Creative Suite 2’s components, Adobe Bridge has built-in JavaScript support.

Now available in print for the first time, this scripting reference provides the information experienced JavaScript users need to create scripts for Adobe Bridge, whether you’re looking to create a custom file browsing view, need to export metadata  from selected thumbnails automatically, or want to create custom navigational bars or dialog boxes that help streamline your company’s production workflow. If you’re familiar with JavaScript,, C and C++ programming, and the Adobe Creative Suite, this reference will show you how to use the scripting API to extend and manipulate Adobe Bridge.

 

 

 

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